China strike hits Japanese electronics plant-report


BEIJING, June 30 (Reuters) - Workers at a Japanese-owned electronics factory in northern China have been on strike for two days, extending the ripple of industrial unrest that has hit manufacturers, China's official news agency said on Wednesday. The strike at the Tianjin Mitsumi Electric Co. factory, with 3,000 workers in the port city of Tianjin, follows weeks of stoppages by Chinese workers demanding higher wages and better conditions from car parts makers and other firms, especially ...

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